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American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
September 14 - 16
Orlando World Center Marriott
Booth # 801
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Main Features

GlideScope® Video Laryngoscope

Designed for 1st Pass Success

Designed for a wide variety of clinical settings, and for patients from preterm to morbidly obese, GlideScope video laryngoscopes provide a consistently clear, real-time view of the airway and tube placement, enabling quick intubation. GlideScope video laryngoscopes come in both single-use and reusable configurations.

  • Ideal for difficult and unpredictable airways; convenient for routine airways
  • Operational in seconds
  • Consistently clear view of the airway
  • Unique anti-fog feature, with a rapid heating profile to resist lens fogging
  • Multiple sizes from preterm to morbidly obese
  • Choice of single-use or reusable configurations to meet facility requirements
  • New real-time shapshot and video recording directly to a USB flash drive helps confirm tube placement and facilitate teaching
  • Easy to use, learn, and teach

What's New

Thinner. Tougher.

GlideScope Titanium.

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GlideScope Applications

For airway management in a variety of settings:

  • Difficult airways
  • Routine airways
  • First-use intubations, replacing direct laryngoscopy (DL)
  • Normal or restricted oropharyngeal views / visualization and assessment of the oropharynx
  • Cormack-Lehane Grades I–IV laryngeal views
  • Trauma airways—excellent when dealing with blood and secretions in the airway
  • Airway management in morbidly obese patients
  • Preterm and neonatal intubations
  • Patients requiring cervical spine immobilization
  • Re-intubation and endotracheal tube exchange in intensive care unit (ICU) settings
  • Supervision and documentation of the laryngoscopy
  • Nasal tracheal intubation
  • Insertion of transesophageal echocardiac probes
  • Video-guided foreign body removal
  • Awake intubation for difficult airway management
  • Insertion of double lumen tubes (DLTs)
  • Teaching the anatomy of the airway
  • Video-guided tube exchange in the ICU